your trusted source for industrial cutting and sewing machines, parts and accessories, since 1941
Welcome to Sloan Machinery, your one-stop-shop for all of your industrial sewing machine needs. Sloan Machinery Company is a family-owned and operated business since 1941. Today, we have become one of the top suppliers in the industry. We are knowledgeable about sewing machine parts and have the ability to manufacture replacement parts that are no longer available.
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Sloan Machinery Company was started in 1941 by Abraham Sloan in Lynn, Massachusetts. At that time the company just served the shoe industry in the Lynn area. In the late sixties and seventies, Sylvia Sloan ran the company, after Abraham's death in 1966, until she passed the torch to Sam in 1974. He positioned the business to service many other industries outside the Massachusetts area, selling in Canada and around the world.
In 1999, Sloan acquired the assets of CST (Cohen Stitching Technologies) which brought cam cutting capabilities for bartacking machines and also the development of specialized clamping for programmable sewing machines.
Today the company concentrates on the garment, industrial fabric, heavy duty sewing, footwear, leather and specialized cottage industries. Sloan Machinery has everything under one roof: machinery, spare parts and a wealth of knowledge for all of your machining needs.